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Pucón and Villarrica

The best destination for food connoisseurs and outdoor fans. Perfect mix between good food and scenic landscapes. You will taste dishes that rescue the best of the Mapuche native cuisine together with the sweetness of German pastries.
Live intense days, with a wide range of restaurants, fairs, markets and gambling casinos. Take a break and relax in its hot spring centers of warm and healing waters that will revive your senses.
Enjoy rafting, ziplining, canyoning, and trekking among its magnificent volcanoes, rivers and lakes. Enjoy snowboarding on the steep slopes of its mountains.
Walk through its National Parks and awe at millenary araucaria forests and the soft whistling of birds. Photograph the native fauna and fall in love with unique species such as the colocolo opossum or the pudú.

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Pucón and Villarrica

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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Explore the charms Pucón and Villarrica

  • Lican Ray

    This little town set on the northern shore of the Calafquén Lake is internationally famous for its beach and for being a sport fishing spot. Here, you can camp in the middle of forests and mountains and enjoy clear water beaches.

    Enjoy spectacular sights from its many vantage points, practice your favorite water sport or just visit one of the hot springs nearby to rest and recover your energy for another day.

  • Villarrica National Park

    Extensive araucaria forests and native species inhabited by a variety of animal species that you will not find anywhere else and that will transform your trip through the park into a unique experience.
    The Villarrica volcano is the area’s main attraction and the most active in South America. On its slopes there is a ski center and caves of volcanic origin that you can explore.
    Additionally, you can extend your journey and live the unforgettable experience of camping next to magical volcanoes and exuberant nature.

  • Pucon Ski Resort

    Go skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of the Villarrica Volcano and enjoy the sight of five lakes in the south of Chile from the summit.

    Visit this ski resort located just 20 minutes from Pucón, which has become snowboard heaven due to its natural ravines and half pipes and it’s the ideal spot for some of the most important international competitions.

    Share with visitors from around the world the natural beauty of the Villarrica National Park and discover the endemic species that call these lakes and volcanoes home.

  • Villarrica Volcano

    One of the most active volcanoes in Latin America, this has become an adventure wonderland thanks to its beautiful landscape and the large number of glaciers that have made it famous.

    You can climb by foot to the crater of the volcano, at almost 3,000 meters above sea level and be amazed by the spectacular 360° view. Or ski and snowboard on its slopes where decades of lava flows have formed thrilling paths and natural ramps.

  • Sollipulli Volcano

    Around the Nevados de Sollpulli volcano you’ll find one of the wildest and most overwhelming landscapes in the area. And you can visit it using paths that run under thick rainforest that, at 1,400 meters above sea level, become a showcase for trees that are thousands of years.

    Reach the summit and enjoy the 360° view from there or complement your experience by camping on the glacier. During winter, experience the perfectly white and solitary landscape where the snow covers the trees, inviting you to ski and snowboard.

  • Villarrica - Hualalafquén National Reserve

    Trails that run through magnificient untouched araucaria forests where several kinds of wild species live; snow-covered mountains that protect beautiful lagoons and the caldera of an ancient volcano, which hides an amazing glacier, are the natural attractions of the Villarrica – Hualalafquén National Reserve.

    As you walk along the trails of the reserve you’ll find millenial trees like the araucarias and lengas as well as endemic species like pumas and condors.

    Be part of local history and visit the settlements of the Mapuche communities that lived here in times gone by or walk along the trails with a Mapuche guide from the surrounding villages.

Lican Ray

This little town set on the northern shore of the Calafquén Lake is internationally famous for its beach and for being a sport fishing spot. Here, you can camp in the middle of forests and mountains and enjoy clear water beaches.

Enjoy spectacular sights from its many vantage points, practice your favorite water sport or just visit one of the hot springs nearby to rest and recover your energy for another day.

Adventure and sports
Villarrica National Park

Extensive araucaria forests and native species inhabited by a variety of animal species that you will not find anywhere else and that will transform your trip through the park into a unique experience.
The Villarrica volcano is the area’s main attraction and the most active in South America. On its slopes there is a ski center and caves of volcanic origin that you can explore.
Additionally, you can extend your journey and live the unforgettable experience of camping next to magical volcanoes and exuberant nature.

Adventure and sports
Pucon Ski Resort

Go skiing and snowboarding on the slopes of the Villarrica Volcano and enjoy the sight of five lakes in the south of Chile from the summit.

Visit this ski resort located just 20 minutes from Pucón, which has become snowboard heaven due to its natural ravines and half pipes and it’s the ideal spot for some of the most important international competitions.

Share with visitors from around the world the natural beauty of the Villarrica National Park and discover the endemic species that call these lakes and volcanoes home.

Adventure and sports
Villarrica Volcano

One of the most active volcanoes in Latin America, this has become an adventure wonderland thanks to its beautiful landscape and the large number of glaciers that have made it famous.

You can climb by foot to the crater of the volcano, at almost 3,000 meters above sea level and be amazed by the spectacular 360° view. Or ski and snowboard on its slopes where decades of lava flows have formed thrilling paths and natural ramps.

Adventure and sports
Sollipulli Volcano

Around the Nevados de Sollpulli volcano you’ll find one of the wildest and most overwhelming landscapes in the area. And you can visit it using paths that run under thick rainforest that, at 1,400 meters above sea level, become a showcase for trees that are thousands of years.

Reach the summit and enjoy the 360° view from there or complement your experience by camping on the glacier. During winter, experience the perfectly white and solitary landscape where the snow covers the trees, inviting you to ski and snowboard.

Adventure and sports
Villarrica - Hualalafquén National Reserve

Trails that run through magnificient untouched araucaria forests where several kinds of wild species live; snow-covered mountains that protect beautiful lagoons and the caldera of an ancient volcano, which hides an amazing glacier, are the natural attractions of the Villarrica – Hualalafquén National Reserve.

As you walk along the trails of the reserve you’ll find millenial trees like the araucarias and lengas as well as endemic species like pumas and condors.

Be part of local history and visit the settlements of the Mapuche communities that lived here in times gone by or walk along the trails with a Mapuche guide from the surrounding villages.

Adventure and sports